Mega millions! $630 millions! It is a lot of millions! Yeah people. There were no winners to match last Tuesday’s winning numbers.

The numbers were 2, 31,32,37,70 plus the Mega Ball 25, according to the lottery’s website. Nobody got the $555 million jackpot which was one of the largest in the lottery’s history.

So, we will have another chance. Friday will be the next drawing and the estimated prize is $630 millions.

Four people or better saying four big winners drew the first five numbers, and another fifty-two luck winners matched the first four numbers and the Mega Ball.

The question now is: How much tax would you pay if you won $630 million Mega Millions Jackpot?

So you are all happy and are clapping your hands. Great! So is Uncle Sam.

Depending on where you live in the United States, your tax bill could be something around $150m if your numbers come up. And this is because gambling winnings of over $5,000 are taxable in the US and it is not only federal taxes, your state also may get a cut of it.

The next draw is schedule to take place at 11PM ET/8PM on Friday July 22. And if you get the six numbers correct, you will have two alternatives, annual payments or like the majority of winners tend to go for the  lump-sum of $359.7 million, after that all the taxes will be applied and will end up with something around $227m.


Mega Millions
Mega Millions

How to Play?

Choose five numbers from 1 to 70 and one number from 1 to 25 for your Mega Ball. To win the Mega Millions jackpot, match the six numbers on your ticket to the drawn six-number combination (five numbers plus de Mega Ball)


How to claim your prize?

If your prize is $601 or more:



– Schedule an appointment and claim your prize at one of the Lottery’s Customer Service Centers. Appointment is required to claim prize.

– Redeem at a local Prize Claim Center. Appointment is not required to claim prize.

– Mail it to the Lottery


What you need

To redeem your prize, you will need to provide:

  1. Your winning ticket
  2. A filled-out Claim Form
  3. A valid government-issued ID
  4. A valid Social Security Number or FEIN